A video of an Apple Watch being placed between two extremely powerful neodymium magnets is trending across the web. The video shows what happens to the watch when the magnets come in contact with each other. After getting smashed, the watch still shows some sign of life.
Commendable performance by the gold Apple Watch
The video comes from TechRax, a YouTube user who has a knack for destroying expensive gadgets, especially those with an Apple logo. Last time, he uploaded a video showing the Apple Watch Sport being smashed, but this time he selected the Apple Watch Edition, which costs around £8,000 or $10,000. TechRax earns money from the YouTube views he earns, but there are good chances that the vlogger ends up with a loss for this clip.